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Door numbers were first introduced in the 18th century, when the first street numbering schemes were applied across Europe, to help with administrative tasks and services such as Mail delivery.

Research by Zoopla reveals that properties at number 1 tend to be the most expensive, valued at an average of £319,318, proving that the number of a property does appear to influence its price.

In comparison, unlucky number 13 ranked 58th place with a property value of £291,038.Not surprisingly, 46 per cent of Brits admit to having a lucky number, and a further 19 per cent would be more likely to buy a property if it actually featured their favoured digits.

So, what's topped the poll as the most popular number?

1) Door number 1

Average property value: £319,318


2) Door number 100

Average property value: £311,107


3) Door number 2

Average property value: £308,468


4) Door number 3

Average property value: £304,607


5) Door number 70

Average property value: £303,632


6) Door number 4

Average property value: £301,709


7) Door number 93

Average property value: £300,727


8) Door number 5

Average property value: £300,560


9) Door number 55

Average property value: £300,261


10) Door number 79

Average property value: £297,978


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